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over r100 million sold in seven months
going back south
investors score on the re-sales at brandwact aan rivier
homebuyers preparing for ‘good new times’
lower prices boost george sales
live in a nature reserve
top 5 tips for first time sellers
dealing with difficult people in sectional titles
where it is @ - malls expanding
a good credit record is worth cultivating
in over your head
rio de janeiro’s 2016 olympics park - preservation and urban legacy
buying green
absa - house prices lag growth in income
balito - balmy and beautiful property investment destination
plans to rejuvenate liberty mall in welkom
prestige christie’s real estate brand now in gauteng
living off the grid
invest wisely and spread the risk
st francis links - exceptional buying opportunity.
flats and townhouses best for first-timers
how do you rate on your credit health check?
the new tallest building in the world
don’t show what you don’t want to sell
blouberg property boost - new school and brt adds to appeal
new residential village for acclaimed wine estate
big-ticket buyers spring into action
wikihouse - building the future?
gautrain blows new life into centurion market
space hotel - best views around
what drives umhlanga prices upwards?
property fund dipula lists on jse
stable office rentals set to increase
paypal founder backing construction of artificial island nations
wagging tails - luxury doghouses
sound advice for tenants
fnb survey points to emigration slowdown.
britannia bay properties - value for money
green leases on the rise in south africa
kwazulu natal midlands - property demand.
jhi properties enters zimbabwean property services market
roodepoort - property for sale
property for sale krugersdorp
v&a waterfront still sa’s biggest property success story
first time buyers - turning dreams into reality
crunching the numbers
key factors which influences buying decisions
boost in northern johannesburg property market
selling your house - new certificates
woodbridge island – tranquil living
property market remains full of possibilities
Latest Property News
  • 20 Apr 2018
    Whenever changes in the political ecosystem of a traditional property market create uncertainty, smart investors begin to look elsewhere for new opportunities. Property experts at IP Global have analysed the trends and crunched the numbers to find new markets to explore in Europe and the United States.
  • 20 Apr 2018
    Energy and water self-sufficiency are increasingly important factors in home buyers’ choice of property – especially in Cape Town where the extreme drought of the past few years has made municipal supply costly as well as uncertain.
  • 19 Apr 2018
    During the last decade, rampant development has progressively transformed Cape Town’s property landscape with densification being the order of the day, but there are still one or two hidden gems like Scarborough which have retained their original character, offering an inimitable lifestyle and an attractive investment opportunity.
  • 19 Apr 2018
    The rental market is a cut-throat sector of the real estate market that waits for nobody. According to Adrian Goslett, Regional Director and CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa, first-time renters need to be fully prepared before they even start the process of looking for a place to rent in order to avoid the disappointment of losing out on their ideal property.
  • 19 Apr 2018
    Choosing to buy your first home instead of continuing to rent is a big decision that will usually take some time to put into action, but the sooner you can save up a sizeable deposit, the closer you will be to reaching your goal.
  • 18 Apr 2018
    Selling your home is no small task and as you will quickly find out, there are a lot of misconceptions about the process. Gerhard van der Linde, Seeff's MD in Pretoria East lists the top 5 misconceptions when you are selling your home.
  • 18 Apr 2018
    The Cape Town municipality is now installing water-management devices at properties that have been non-compliant with the new level 5 water restrictions and there are talks of fines between R5,000 and R10,000 for households that use too much water.
  • 17 Apr 2018
    The recent interest rate cut has stoked the coals in the first-time buyer’s market. At least for the next two months until the next interest rate announcement, homeowners are guaranteed lower monthly instalments than in the previous quarter. But, is it wise to take out a 100% bond just to enter the property market while interest rates are low?
    
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